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Map1st European Symposium on Non-Lethal Weapons at the Fraunhofer ICT

September 25 - 26, 2001

organized by Fraunhofer ICT; Pfinztal Germany

Programme

The 1st European Symposium on Non-Lethal-Weapons will act as a forum to review the state of the art, to present new results and to discuss their contributions to improve the understanding of the widespread and strongly interdisciplinary phenomena of Non-Lethal Weapons.

Opening & Introduction
Session 1 - Acceptability
Chairman: M. Hubbard
DERA Fort Halstead, Sevenoaks, GB
V1 Non-Lethal Weapons and International Law
M. Jacobsson
Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Stockholm, SE
V2 Impact of Non-Lethal Weapons on the Law of Armed Conflict and Disarmament
F. Krüger-Sprengel
International Society for Military Law and the Law of War, Bonn, D
V3 Acceptability of Non-Lethal Weapons:
An International View
D.A. Lund
University of New Hampshire, Durham, USA
Session 2 - Tactical Effects
Chairman: I. Wieser
AWT, Felixdorf, A
V4 Estimation of the Efficiency of Influence
of Aerosols "Non-Lethal" Weapons on Electron-Optical Tools and Laser Communication Systems
A.V. Andronova, M.A. Iordansky
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
V5 Passive Sensor System
R. Zierler
Intertechnik Technische Produktionen GmbH, Linz, A
V6 Portable Laser System for Sniper Detection and Localization
D. Langhans, A. Kaspari
Rheinmetall Landsysteme, Unterlüß, D
V7 Evaluation of Non-Lethal Hand Grenades
J.J.M. Paulissen
TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory, Rijswijk, NL
Session 3 - Bio Effects
Chairman: U. Sundberg
FOI, Stockholm, SE
V8 Safety Evaluation of Pepper Spray as a Police Weapon
R.W. Busker
TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory, Rijswijk, NL
V9 Acoustic Bioeffects Research for Non-Lethal Applications
M.R. Murphy, J. Jauchem, J.H. Merritt
Air Force Research Laboratory, Brooks AFB, USA
V10 Studies on the possible Effects of High Power Microwaves on the Central Nervous System
M. Risling, A. Suneson, M. Meier, L. Malmgren
Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), Stockholm, SE
V11 Influence of Laser Radiation on Man
V. Makukhin
Center of Scientific Engineering and Social Activities "Trymas", Moscow, RUSSIA
Session 4 - Behavioural Effects
Chairman: J. B. Alexander
Las Vegas, USA
V12 Psychological Operations
H. Griffioen-Young, H. Janssen
TNO Human Factors Institute, Soesterberg, NL
V13 Cultural Implications of Non-Lethal Weapons Deployment
L.F. Gozna
DERA Portsdown West, Fareham, GB
V14 Psychological Issues in Crowd Control
J. Flower
DERA Farnborough, Hants, GB
V15 What will the Magic Bullet look like ?
C.S. Heal
Los Angeles Sheriff s Department, Monterey Park, USA
Session 5 - Concepts Requirements
Chairman: R. De Maio
MOD-SEGREDIFESA, Rom, I
V16 Non-Lethal Weapons:
The Generation after next
J.B. Alexander
Las Vegas, USA
V17 Modern Views on Development and Application of NLW in Anti-Terrorist and Peacekeeping Operations (Summary of Russian-American Conference 1999, Easton, MD, USA)
V.L. Klochikhin
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
V.V. Selivanov
Baumann Moscow State Technical University, RUSSIA
V.S. Pirumov
Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, RUSSIA
V18 Non-Lethal Weapons
M. Micheletti
Fabbrica D Armi P. Beretta s.p.a., Gardone, I
V19 Analysis and Evaluation of Perspectives of Non-Lethal Weapons
V.L. Klochikhin, A.V. Putilov, V.Z. Tuzhikov
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
V20 Concept for the use of Non-Lethal Weapons by German Army Forces as part of Peace Support Operations
R. Stuckenschmidt
Heeresamt, Köln, D
Session 6 - Electromagnetic Effects
Chairman: V. Makukhin
Center of Scientific Engineering and Social Activities "Trymas", Moscow, RUSSIA
V21 Intense Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation as a Tool for graded Action
K.G. Lövstrand
FMV, Stockholm, SE
M. Bäckström
FOI 34, Linköping, SE
V22 NLW Deployment in a Naval Scenario
H.J. Fitski, J.J.M. Dekker, E.R. van Veldhoven
  TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory, The Hague, NL
V23 Compact HPM and UWB Sources using Explosives - The Potential of Future
Non-Lethal Warhead Systems
T. Ehlen
Diehl Munitionssysteme GmbH Co., Röthenbach, D
V24 Susceptibility of COTS PC to Microwave Illumination: Experiment and Modelling
A.T.M. Wilbers
TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory, The Hague, NL
Session 7 - Current German Projects
Chairman: F. Wolf
WTD 52, Schneizlreuth, D
V25 Infrapulse-Generator:
An effective Non-Lethal Weapon
L. Deimling, W. Liehmann, K.-D. Thiel
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
V26 Multipurpose Launcher
for Non-Lethal Effectors
M. Sporer
Diehl Munitionssysteme GmbH Co., Röthenbach, D
V27 Novel Obstacles based upon modified Airbag-Systems
N. Eisenreich, J. Neutz, K.-D. Thiel
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
Session 8 - Operational Aspects
Chairman: Z. Verheij
TNO-PML, Rijswijk, NL
V28 Frame of Reference and Evaluation of Operational Value of Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW)
M. Delmee
TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory, The Hague, NL
V29 Battle Damage Assessment Tools for
Non-Lethal Weapons
M. Naraidoo
BAE Systems, Filton, GB
V30 Non-Lethal Weapons:
The Training Paradox
D.A. Lund
University of New Hampshire, Durham, USA
Poster Session
P31 A Concept of Non-Lethal Ammunition for Machine Guns
R. Körver
Mauser-Werke Oberndorf Waffensysteme GmbH, Oberndorf, D
P32 Potential Applications and Effects
of Non-Lethal Weapons
M. Sporer
Diehl Munitionssysteme GmbH Co., Röthenbach, D
P33 Comparison of Threshold and Destruction Levels at a Generic Electronic Device irradiated with UWB and NNEMP Pulses
T. Ehlen
Diehl Munitionssysteme GmbH Co., Röthenbach, D
P34 Methodology and Results of System Simulation from the Farfield to Circuit Level at HPM Radiation
T. Ehlen
Diehl Munitionssysteme GmbH Co., Röthenbach, D
P35 The Vircator: A Microwave Source of Small Bandwith?
W. Knorr, P. Raymond
ISL, Saint-Louis Cedex, F
P36 Electromagnetic Compatibility of Robot Cells for Industrial Applications
P. Nagelmüller, H. Wörn, T. Längle
University of Karlsruhe IPR, Karlsruhe, D
P37 Active Meteorological Influence on Atmosphere as
Non-Lethal Weapon Application
V.I. Romanov
Institute of Global Climate and Ecology RAS, RUSSIA
P38 Estimation of the Efficiency of Influence of "Non-Lethal" Weapons on Troops and Weapons Radio-Electronic Control Systems
A.V. Andronova, M.A. Iordansky
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
P39 Liquid Metal Embrittling of Materials (Rehbinder Effect) as Means of Effecting Military Equipment
V.V. Maksimenko
Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA
P40 Analysis of Possible Development of Dazzling Sources of Non-Coherent Radiation on the Base of Impulse Pyrotechnic Radiators
I.F. Kobylkin, V.V. Selivanov
Baumann Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, RUSSIA
P41 The Development of Fast Cure, Enhanced Storage, Polyurethane Foams for Non-Lethal Applications
Y. Durant, V. Gunn, R. Johnson
University of New Hampshire, Durham, USA
P42 Vehicle Disabling Weapon
J.E. Herr, P.A. Schlesinger
HSV Technologies Inc., Lakeside, USA
P43 Electroshocker - Effect on the Human Body
I. Wieser
AWT, Felixdorf, A
P44 Tunable Charges
W. Arnold
EADS, Schrobenhausen, D
G. Langer, N. Eisenreich, T. Keicher
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D
P45 Expulsion of Irritating Aerosols by Pyrotechnic Gas Generators
F. Weller
Recan Bauteile GmbH, Aalen-Waldhausen, D
J. Neutz, W. Eckl, N. Eisenreich
Fraunhofer ICT, Pfinztal, D